We, the leaders of the People’s United Forum (PUF), call for the recognition of Somaliland. We believe that the African Union (AU) should begin a dialogue between the Somalia and Somaliland governments to officially recognize Somaliland. In recent years, the African Union has shown an increased commitment to resolving conflicts and promoting regional cohesion. This commitment has been demonstrated through the promotion of dialogue between governments and increased recognition of nations and their sovereignty.
In this spirit, we call on the African Union to open dialogue between the governments of Somalia and Somaliland in order to promote stability and peace in the region. Additionally, we call on the African Union to recognize Somaliland as an independent nation and to grant it the same rights and recognition as other African nations.
Somaliland has made great strides in its quest for independence and stability since its declaration of independence in 1991. The nation has held elections, and established institutions, and has seen a great increase in economic growth and development in recent years. The people of Somaliland deserve to have their nation recognized by the African Union and given the same rights and recognition as other African nations.
We believe that recognizing Somaliland will not only provide a stable framework for the entire region but will also enhance the reputation of the African Union as an organization dedicated to promoting peace and development. We, therefore, call on the African Union to open dialogue between the governments of Somalia and Somaliland and recognize Somaliland as an independent nation.
Dr. Gai Chol Paul, Chairma
People United Forum, Juba, Central Equatoria, South Sudan.
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